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Cones and barriers left by the contractors between Castle Roundabout and Weeping Cross Roundabout, Salisbury.

Reported via desktop in the Roadworks category anonymously at 10:19, Wednesday 20 January 2021

Sent to Highways England less than a minute later

Contractors have left the cones and barriers by the highway between Castle Roundabout and Roundabout, Salisbury.. Can they be collected, please.

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  • Thank you for contacting Highways England. concerning cones and barrier left on the A36. We shall look into this issue and aim to provide a response by 03/02/21.

    Can we please ask that you check back on this date for an update.

    Kind regards

    Highways England

    Posted by Highways England at 12:16, Thursday 21 January 2021

  • Thank you for your patience whilst we looked into this issue.

    We’ve spoken with our works team on the A36 in Salisbury and we don’t believe that we’ve any cones or barriers out on this section of network that are not serving a purpose. There are a couple of areas around feeder pillars where there are some cones etc but this is because work is going on there still, mainly overnight. We’ve reminded them to make sure there isn’t any traffic management out there that could be tidied up once the tasks are finished.

    We’re also aware of significant works by other contractors in this area (possibly cable TV / telecoms) these works are separate to ours and therefore we would have no control over any of their traffic management equipment that may or may not still be in use.

    If you require any other information please contact our Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000 or

    Kind regards Highways England

    Posted by Highways England at 12:23, Thursday 21 January 2021

  • State changed to: No further action

    Updated by Highways England at 12:23, Thursday 21 January 2021

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